Mission and Outcomes
The Educational Philosophy of Elizabethtown College seeks to engage students in “a dynamic, integrated learning process” by challenging students to take responsibility for their education through “a journey of self-transformation that involves intellectual, social and personal growth” (2008). Scholarship and Creative Arts Day celebrates this journey by recognizing scholarly and artistic accomplishments in the liberal arts, performing arts, sciences and professional studies.
To that end, the mission of Scholarship and Creative Arts Day is to provide a forum for student scholarship that supports and promotes the College’s main learning goals for intellectual development, critical thinking, thoughtful communication, creativity, human expression and diversity of perspectives.
As a result of participation in the SCAD college program, students will be able to:
- Present work, including academic presentations, posters, performances and exhibits, with opportunity for peer and faculty review.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge related to a major and/or minor field of academic study.
- Engage in, and exchange, constructive feedback on presented work with faculty mentors, peers, and other members of the College community.
- Foster professional growth for future scholarly engagement, employment, and/or graduate education.